Answered: Wilson Michael 3 months agoentrepreneur . Interested in politics,education,business,art,fashion.
yes he is likely to return back to Nigeria to continue his agitation for a sovereign state provided if nobody hunt him for arrest and persecution, and let not forget that he has a case in court which he need to attend.
I believe he will return because the success or failure of his mission does not depend on any particular government regime in Nigeria. He has proven to be fearless, despite many in the political cabal who have been hunting for him.